Learn more about the Philharmonia's various concert programmes for schools, organised by the Education department.
The Philharmonia is committed to finding new audiences for its music through a range of pioneering digital and educational projects. We explore how digital technology can add new dimensions to the appreciation of music, and we bring Philharmonia musicians together with teachers, schools and communities to make music and instruments accessible and exciting.
The Philharmonia works with various schools on a wide range of projects across the United Kingdom.
From Universe of Sound to RE-RITE, we reinvent classical music with pioneering installations, at venues across the UK and beyond.
Introducing The Orchestra - an iPad app that introduces audiences to the inner workings of a symphony orchestra.
The Philharmonia is involved with various projects involving adults, with a focus on community engagement.
The Philharmonia's Education department organises coaching, one-to-one tuition, and masterclasses, across educational contexts.
Bartók’s Duke Bluebeard’s Castle is just one example of how the Orchestra has produced creative digital concert experiences.
As a way of enriching the concert experience for our audience, the Philharmonia will often create content-rich mini-sites for current seasons.